Free Left Right Center Winter Math Game

Have you ever played the game Left Right Center? This is a great game to play with a group of people of all ages. I have created a math version of Left Right Center for students to practice their math skills and play this fun game! Students will be learning their left from their right, practicing math facts, and having some fun with their classmates. I am offering this FREE Left Right Center game from my Winter Activity Pack. I have a few Educational Centers and Activities for the winter season. This Winter Activity Pack has over 30 activities to use with reading, writing, and math. This pack with keep your classroom busy with educational material during the Winter season.

Winter Activity Pack of Ideas Penguin Theme
All activities are for 2nd-3rd grade students and all activities have a penguin/winter theme. This pack includes....


Math Centers:
Left, Right, Center with addition or multiplication
Holiday Odd and Even
Word Problem Worksheet
2 and 3 digit addition and subtraction worksheets
Time Worksheet

Reading Centers:
Winter Words Syllable Game
ABC Order Race
Grammar Sentences and worksheets
Fact and Opinion worksheet
Inference worksheet
Contraction worksheet

Writing Centers:
It used to be a snowflake, but now it's a ...
Letter Writing
How to make a Snowman - Sequence
Opinion Writing
Compare and Contrast Writing
Story Writing
Other:
Winter game board - a game board to use with spelling words, math facts, and/or reading comprehension questions. Click the picture above to preview the activities included in this pack.


Left Right Center Game
Try a FREEBIE from this Winter Activity Pack! Left, Right, Center is so much fun. All you need are a pair of dice, a couple of game tokens (I use Hershey Kisses as game tokens), and this FREE math guide sheet. Students will be able to practice their left from their right and brush up on some addition facts. (This also comes in a multiplication version too!)

Here is how you play Left, Right, Center (LRC): All players sit in a circle and place their 3 game tokens in front of them. Player One rolls 2 dice and adds them together for a sum. If Player One rolls a 4 and a 5. They add for a sum of 9. Player One looks at the guide sheet and can see that if they roll a nine they give 1 of their game tokens to the person on their left. Play continues until there is only 1 person left with a game token. This game is great for your holiday party or for a rainy day!

This is also a great family game to play! Use more game tokens to start with for a longer game.

Here is the link for the true LRC (left right center) game. If you and your family love to play games, this game will be one of your favorites! I linked the game to Amazon to make it easy for you.  
Here is the LRC Game

Have fun playing the game, Left Right Center. 
Thanks for stopping by today!
Happy Holidays,

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For more holiday resources, click here:
Winter Ideas for the Classroom

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